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Parador de Toledo (****)
Cerro del Emperador s/n. (Cigarrales) Toledo
Tel. +34 925 221 850; Fax +34 925 225 166

parador toledoThe Parador in Toledo is in a privileged location with unique views of Toledo from the hill on which it is situated.


You'll see this city in a different light after experiencing these magnificent views.

Hotel Abad de Toledo (****)
Real del Arrbal, 1 Toledo Tel. 925 283 500 Fax: 925 283 501

This old building, which was once a blacksmith's, dates back to 1805. The ceilings retain their old architectural style together with the rooms, brick walls and wooden beams - it has 22 bedrooms.

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Hotel Alfonso VI (****)
General Moscardó, 2, 45001 Toledo, Tel: 925 22 26 00, Fax: 925 21 44 58

This hotel, decorated in a medieval style is located in the Baroque and Neo- Classical centre of the city, 50 metres from Zocodover square. Its 83 rooms with good views of the city and its monuments.

Hotel San Juan de los Reyes (****)
C/ Reyes Católicos, 5. Toledo 45002.
Tel: +34 925 283 535 | Fax: +34 925 221 410

Opened in 2003, this hotel is located right in the middle of Toledo´s historic centre, in the emblematic area called la Judería Mayor. The building, once used in the production of armas blancas, is classed as Bien de Interés Cultural, data del año 1889, (having special historical interest). In 1918 la Fábrica de Harinas San José (a flour factory) was installed , architecturally classed as neomudejár in style - you can see the archeological remains in one of the rooms. Some of the hotel´s rooms have magnificent views of Toledo´s country houses. It has 36 rooms and 12 junior suites.

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Hostal Cardenal (***)
Pº de Recaredo, 24, 45004 Toledo Tel.: +34 925 224900 |

Set in the city wall, next to the Bisagra door. This hotel was originally the mansion built by Cardenal Lorenzana, Archbishop of Toledo in the 18th century which he used for entertaining. It has been carefully restored in the style of a palace of Toledo from that period. It has a pretty garden. 27 rooms - 2 of which are junior suites. In the past its smart restaurant was one of the most famous in Toledo. You can still enjoy traditional Castellana roasts at this restaurant.

Hotels with special charm in the province of Toledo
Parador de Oropesa (****)
(106 Km. from Toledo) Plaza Palacio 1 Tel. 925 43 00 00; Fax: 925 43 07 77

toledo paradorThis Parador was once the Palatial home of the Alvarez family from Toledo, one of whose members was viceroy of Peru. Next to the Parador is the impressive, beautiful medieval Oropesa castle which dates back to Roman times.

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Casa de la Torre
(107 km from Toledo) Antonio Machado 16 El Toboso. Toledo- Telf. 925 568 006 Fax. 925 568 006

An ancestral home, carefully restored to how it might have originally been in the 17th century. The ancient store rooms situated on the upper floor have been transformed into bedrooms with modern facilities - antique furniture helps to recreate the style of that period. It has 5 single rooms, 3 doubles and 2 twin rooms.

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